#3: Be confident in the interview.
How do you show your confidence?
Well, not by bringing a megaphone to the interview — of course — but by projecting your voice.
Speak at one level above your know conversational tone.
Speaking quietly not only makes it hard for the interviewer to hear you, but it expresses that you have a lack of conviction in what you’re saying.
Also try to avoid “Valley Girl” speak… in other words, do not end your sentences like there is a question mark at the end rather than a period.
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